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I'm not so sure about this match.

Richard has not played any game since US Open. Ok, he was the runner-up of this event last year. But that's last year. He didn't even play any indoor match at all this year and his record on hardcourt is not that convincing either. I really doubt he's going to use this opportunity to warm up for the up-coming Stockholm and TMS Madrid that offer more money and points.

Beck's indoor record is not bad this year. He's not unfamiliar with fast court like indoor-hard. His outdoor-hard record is not bad either. And, he won over Coria in Davis Cup on the same surface. IMO, he surely has the capability to beat Gasquet here. Well, he's going to Stockholm too. That leaves only one question. Is he planning to piss off the French?

Any idea?
 

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Allez Richard!!!!!!
 

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webunions said:
I'm not so sure about this match.

Richard has not played any game since US Open. Ok, he was the runner-up of this event last year. But that's last year. He didn't even play any indoor match at all this year and his record on hardcourt is not that convincing either. I really doubt he's going to use this opportunity to warm up for the up-coming Stockholm and TMS Madrid that offer more money and points.

Beck's indoor record is not bad this year. He's not unfamiliar with fast court like indoor-hard. His outdoor-hard record is not bad either. And, he won over Coria in Davis Cup on the same surface. IMO, he surely has the capability to beat Gasquet here. Well, he's going to Stockholm too. That leaves only one question. Is he planning to piss off the French?

Any idea?
Those who already played here this year and who like indoor hardcourt (Llodra notably) said the court is very slow and the ball are very heavy so that you really have to serve very well to be able to serve &volley, and that it doesn't advantage the great indoor players etc...But Gasquet was off for three weeks, should have had between 10 days or two more weeks to recover completely from his injury (not a tendinitis as it was thought but a 6 millimeter fissure in the elbow's os), while Beck was performing really well on HC.
I think Beck can win. He wouldn't piss off anybody if he does that. He would just win.
 
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